Archive for February, 2015

Update 2/21/15

Saturday, February 21st, 2015

The lake is frozen over…again. We were all set to start fishing but the lake is pretty well covered with ice again. The cold weather this week will assure that it remains covered for at least the next 2 weeks. We also got another 5″ of snow overnite. It looks like winter #2 is here for a while. On a high note, we have been seeing some snow geese around and lots of Canada’s. There is also a good crop of rabbits to be found. One thing the snow helps with is coyote hunting. You can bet there are a lot of them and snow makes them easier to see.

Update 2/4/15

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

Lake level is at 603.5. The Southfork and 107 ramps are free of ice. You can reach the bridges on the water at both, but there is ice west of the 107 bridges. If you get out there to fish I would recommend trying the bridge piers and any bluffs that are facing south as that water will be a bit warmer. According to the Corp, the road into the Spillway are is closed due to icy road.

The tree drop is scheduled for March 21, 2015 weather permitting. If you can help us get the tree’s out there let us know. It is a great way to learn where those drops are located and help the future fishing for all. They will need some help at Spalding ramp as well. Just call the Corp office and let them know.

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